The world of fabulous caves of Croatia- Top 5!
Caves are fascinating places, powerful creations of nature that often evoke admiration and amazement. Although Croatia is known for its beautiful landscapes, it is no exception when it comes to the presence of caves. It offers many interesting places that attract both nature lovers and researchers. We will present you only some of the most famous caves in Croatia, encouraging you to discover and explore them!
The Odysseus Cave on the island of Mljet will be the perfect choice for those of you who spend your holidays in southern Dalmatia, near Dubrovnik. According to researchers, Homer himself mentioned it in his work “The Odyssey”! At one time, the vault of the cave collapsed, so you may get the impression that it is more of a well. It is a karst cave, so it is not recommended to explore it during the rain – so plan your trip to this place on a nice day!
The Blue Cave on the island of Biševo, also known by the Croatian name Modra špilja, will be the perfect choice if you are spending your holidays in the vicinity of Split, Hvar or nearby islands! Visiting the cave takes about 10 minutes and prices during the season can be very high, however all this is worth the divine color of the water! See for yourself!
Cerovačke Cave Complex, located in the heart of the Velebit Landscape Park, is a unique place for lovers of underground natural wonders such as stalagmites and stalactites. The Upper and Lower Caves are connected by a picturesque forest path. Due to the temperature in the caves around 7°C, it is worth buying warm clothes. More details about this amazing place can be found here.
The Green Grotto located on the island of Ravnik is a great attraction for everyone! It can be reached by various boats or inflatables, which makes it easily accessible to visitors. We also encourage you to visit the NAUTIKA website, where you will find an extensive post about the Green Grotto and interesting facts and additionally you will be able to go diving!
The Vrelo Cave will be an ideal choice for people with mobility difficulties, as in the middle the tour takes place over flat terrain. The cave is wonderfully illuminated and the presence of water gives it a unique atmosphere! As with Cerovačke, Vrelo Cave has a constant temperature of around 7 degrees, so stock up on warmer clothes for the duration of your visit!
Whether you are interested in geology, cave history or simply curious about adventure, Croatian caves provide an unforgettable experience. First of all, this land is full of hidden treasures that are waiting to be discovered and explored. Plan your trip today and get ready for an unforgettable trip to the fascinating world of Croatian caves!